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Chris ‘the new Captain Kirk' Pine boldly goes into this unusual romantic comedy as a virginal blind guy whose brother (American Pie's Eddie Kaye Thomas) is determined to see him pop his cherry. Switching between slapstick, seriousness and Jane Seymour as a psychologist who can't keep her clothes on, this is... Small wonder this hard-to-swallow cocktail of bawdy comedy, cross-cultural romance and issue-of-the-week melodrama was left on the shelf for three years.
The good news is that he meets the girl of his dreams, just as he's about to undergo a procedure that could restore his sight. The marketing people can't have had a clue what to do with it.
James Keach's direction also lacks finesse, clearly signposting future events as the movie rolls on.
For example, the first time Leeza sets eyes on Danny, you can pretty much tell exactly how everything will play out.
He comes across as a reasonably credible and sympathetic persona, so when he is plunged into a dark world of pioneering operations that might be able to restore his sight - but could prove fatal - you'd expect to be able to take the events seriously. For this serious scenario is littered with a plethora of lazily-conceived supposedly 'comic' caricatures that drag us kicking and screaming into a world of surreal tedium instead.